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American Sign Language
Represents the rising sun during the morning.
- This two-handed ASL sign is produced as follows:
- Posture the nondominant hand in in the crook of the dominant arm, nondominant palm facing back. Posture the dominant hand in with the elbow against the abdomen and the arm straight up, dominant palm facing up.
- Bring the dominant arm up until the palm is facing back near the shoulder with the nondominant hand still in the crook of the elbow.
- OpenB@Chin-PalmBack-OpenB@CenterChesthigh-PalmUp OpenB@Palm-PalmUp-OpenB@CenterChesthigh-PalmUp (“good”) + FlatB@NearShoulder-PalmBack-FlatB@BaseInForearm-PalmBack FlatB@SideAbdomenhigh-PalmUp-FlatB@BaseInForearm-PalmBack (“morning”) is formed with a single motion (the dominant hand comes from the chin to the nondominant hand, passes while the nondominant hand enters the crook of the elbow, then comes back up to the shoulder).